Three things needed for a great hunting property: Enough acreage, water, and affordability. The 253 acre West Fork Lanahassee Creek Tract has all three, and so much more: +-231 acres of +-2009 Upland Natural Pine/Hardwood Regeneration; +-17 acres of Mature Bottomland Hardwood with plenty of big oaks; +-5 acres of openings ideal for food plots; a thorough network of woods roads, trails, and firebreaks; and road frontage on Wilard Rees Rd (paved County Rd 167) & Di Anderson Rd (graded County Rd 89). Frontage on both sides of West Fork Lanahassee Creek and several smaller creeks and drains. Power is located on the county road. Multiple home, cabin, or hunt camp sites. All situated on gently rolling terrain. Maps and other details are located at the Matre Forestry website.